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Di que sí (2004)

Víctor Martínez (Santi Millán) is a shy 36-year-old man working as an usher at a movie theater. He still lives with his mother (Chus Lampreave). By some mistake, he ends up in a reality ... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Paz Vega ... Estrella Cuevas
Santi Millán ... Víctor Martínez
Constantino Romero Constantino Romero ... Amador Rosales
Santiago Segura ... Oscar Vázquez
Chus Lampreave ... Madre de Víctor
Pepe Viyuela ... Salvador Asensio, el vigilante jurado
Ornella Muti ... Francesca, la directora
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Fernando Caballero Fernando Caballero ... Policia nacionales
Sagrario Calero Sagrario Calero ... Taquillera
Ana Chávarri Ana Chávarri ... Vicky
Guacimara Correa Guacimara Correa ... Pili
Luis Cuenca Luis Cuenca ... Arturo
Lucas Fuica Lucas Fuica ... Sacerdote
Carlos Gascón ... Alex
Daniel Grao ... Azafato del programa


Víctor Martínez (Santi Millán) is a shy 36-year-old man working as an usher at a movie theater. He still lives with his mother (Chus Lampreave). By some mistake, he ends up in a reality show with Estrella Cuevas (Paz Vega), an aspiring actress. They win the contest and are sent off to spend some time together at a luxury hotel at Oropesa del Mar. According to their contract, they have to get married and not divorce for at least three years, otherwise the contract is annulled and they have to give back their winning of EUR 253,000. Although reluctant at first, Victor finally falls in love with Estrella. Written by Anonymous

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12 November 2004 (Spain) See more »

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Di que sí - Say I Do See more »

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€1,116,454 (Spain), 12 November 2004, Limited Release
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1.85 : 1
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Paz Vega fans can even enjoy this turkey
8 February 2006 | by arbuckledreamSee all my reviews

Nobody is expecting a masterpiece of a silly comedy and that's exactly what "Di Que Sí" aims to be. Nothing wrong with that. It's just dumb entertainment and it has to be taken as such. That doesn't mean, of course, that we should swallow everything without criticism. And there are quite a few regarding this movie. The idea of the plot opens some possibilities but I have to say that the makers didn't work them out properly, especially because they didn't seem to have thought out any kind of defined personality for some characters or any form of logic for the plot. It might sound like I would be expecting too much of a silly comedy but it's not so much to ask for a minimal portion of common sense if you are suppose to relate to any of the characters. They just seem to have relayed on the type of traditional dimwitted clichés that would be too old for an Ozores comedy. And, maybe worst of all, Spanish filmmakers seem to be looking too much to Hollywood instead of developing their much better qualities. Such a marvelous actress like Paz Vega made the best out of her part and achieved the most enjoyable moments of the movie, even though she was forced to act like she was from Mars. And poor Santi Millán, also a talented actor, had to cope with a typical nobody-can-be-that-stupid kind of stuff to a point that is really hard to endure. I mean, come on, I know more than one guy, including myself, that would agree to be shot, let alone get money, after having the chance to spend a couple of days with Paz Vega in a beach resort and there is no discernible reason for anybody to act otherwise, unless you are making a silly comedy. The plot twists in this movie are presided by idiocy and at a certain point you don't care anymore. The only one I wanted to survive was Paz Vega, but just to have the chance to see her again. In a better movie.

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